In my early nursing days, I was often amazed at the pathology side of things. I was one of those pesky students that wanted to know it all. So much so, that my ward reports always ended with ‘If Nurse Langford wants to wear a white coat, she should go to medical school..”
My problem was that I never took anyone’s word for anything. When something seemed wrong, or if an explanation didn’t sit well, I would find out the truth. In medicine, you have to have a pretty sound ego to survive. Very few doctors liked my constant questioning. As a kid who spent a lot of time in hospital, I was no different but thankfully our local country doctor was happy to share his knowledge. He was one of a few. Well in truth, he was just about the only one who liked to be questioned and pushed to his limits.
I found that out years later, as a naturopath called into a hospital patient of a particularly arrogant doctor who had uttered the dreaded line “There is nothing more I can do” – what he should have said was “…but don’t you dare find someone who can help or I will make sure your loved one does indeed die.” I am not joking – one too many unnecessary deaths have left me unwilling to sit back and be diplomatic to appease big egos.
Now, when I was a nurse, this particular doctor was happy with me to tag along to investigative surgery, or answer my interest in forensic pathology. He took delight even, in my constant questions – so long as they made him look like a superhero. Years later, as he watched me rouse his patient from a coma with a few very basic acupuncture points and homoeopathy, he was enraged to a point of almost hitting me in the ward hallway, while yelling at me for being a charlatan and ‘miracle working quack’…
All he achieved was to push me forward, and heighten my interest in finding the truth. As a new student in homoeopathy and acupuncture, after leaving nursing (long story short, reporting a doctor for testing unproven drugs on Aboriginal babies does not sit well within the hallowed halls of medicine – well, not for the whistleblower, anyway) I could just not get my head around why just about everything I had learned in pathology and even physiology was a polar opposite to the ‘truth’. Every single day for months, I would put my books down and sit with my head in my hands at the stupidity of it all, and I spent hours with the lecturers pleading to explain. By then I guess I was argumentative enough and brainwashed enough to believe that even though I had seen enough supposed ‘terminal’ cases miraculously cured by alternatives, surely this wonderful establishment could not be all wrong, could it?
Fast forward a few years and once again I had the chance to exercise my own arrogance and ignorance. Never wanting to admit I was still one of those naysayers who laughed at quackery, I found myself doing exactly that when a friend suggested I go for a bioresonance test. “I’m fine, thank you. Do you think I studied and practiced all these years for some new age quack to step in and wave a little stick at me and tell me what I am doing wrong?” I quickly went off to a GP and had every blood test, x-ray and scan I could. I was told if I was any healthier I’d explode. The GP joked that he had never seen a healthier liver and not only were my bloods perfect, but I was apparently as healthy as a teenager… okay….
I agreed to sit in and watch the friend’s consult, not letting on who or what I was. Thankfully the practitioner was suitably qualified and impressed me enough for me to keep my mouth closed. As I watched her probe acupuncture points and pick up allergies, sensitivities and health issues she could not possibly know about, I inched my chair closer to try and sneak a look at her notes to see how she was doing it.
Somehow I talked her into ‘testing’ me that same day – just a small one, to test her…. I had close to zero confidence in what she was doing and was determined to catch her out. Thankfully she did not ask one single question which may lead her to uncover anything – and I carefully covered my eyes with my hands so if she understood iris analysis at all, she could not ‘cheat’… Within a minute she had determined that I’d had certain issues – a few that I had forgotten about and had long since recovered – or so I thought. Within a few more minutes, she had printed out a sheet that was 100% my health report – and then some. Not just what I had suffered with in the past, but what was giving me trouble now. Even a few pathological issues I was unaware of. Every allergy, every chemical I had been exposed to, every food I was sensitive to, everything I should avoid. She assessed the efficacy of every organ, every congenital issue and determined how long until I would be in a wheelchair or dead with congenital issues – if I continued the way I was going. This one test was able to determine what all the medicine available could not. And I have seen this in every single case I have ever referred for similar treatment – go and have all the orthodox testing you can have under medicare, then go and have a Vega test.
I have taken part in different studies regarding the various types of bioresonance testing mechanisms. Most are very expensive to ‘get into’ and for most practitioners, we rarely are in the financial realm of being able to afford to buy such equipment. So we refer. Those who are able to provide such a service are not able to offer subsidies – but with the recent growth in medical use of such equipment across the world, if you can find a doctor’s multi modality aka integrated clinic, you may be able to afford it. Perth once had a centre purely for this type of testing but was shut down with pressure by the AMA who saw it as quackery and unscientific. Just know that any alternative practitioner who decides to buy one of these pieces, is not permitted to any of the medical discounts, subsidies or grants. And most banks will not assist us. Thankfully the companies themselves often assist with a payment plan but each one is locked in for a decade in paying it off – and unless they put in long hours, not only will a decent income not be possible, but most income will go towards repayments. I have known practitioners who have lost their homes in just trying to float this – something they believe in. Not very attractive, is it? Not the sort of career choice that families aim for – especially those with money – much more to be made in medicine…
I am not an expert in this field, although I have worked hard for many years to include it in my treatment scope. The closest I have achieved is to refer to different practitioners in Perth who I feel I can trust.
I cannot recommend it enough – along with –
live blood analysis – (http://www.naturaltherapypages.com.au/natural_medicine/live_blood_analysis)
infra red imaging (especially for cancer earlier diagnosis –http://www.usenature.com/directory/thermal-imaging/)
hair/saliva pathology –
– I highly recommend it for anyone who wants a REAL picture of their health – a comprehensive picture, that is. It’s odd that officially at least, our medical groups condemn the use of each of these processes – yet they are used in forensic technology every single day….
There are many different types of equipment, all equally incredible –
– this is not a complete list of what is available. A word of warning, if you type ANY of these into a search engine you will most likely just see Quackwatch or any of the other ego-driven so-called consumer groups out there, ‘advising’ (badly) on what these therapies are meant to do. Please know they are thinking with the dollar sign firmly in front of their eyes and most likely are offered money to write what they do.
How odd that it is illegal to advertise this type of therapy but every practitioner is booked out for months in advance. There are self help lists available – but it takes time to find them, especially on google. It may be better if you inbox me your nation and region and I will do my best to find a provider.
Basically, if you want a map of your body, your health, you need to see such a practitioner. In one sitting you will know what you can and cannot eat, what is not functioning, and what you need to do to improve your health. Some of these machines actually have a function that rebalances some disorders. I have seen with my own eyes, patients go in absolutely unable to function – the machine detects what is working at a deficient level and inverts the ‘energy’ – by the time the treatment is finished, a final reading of the same issues show just how much the issue has been rebalanced.
It works. I can’t say anything more than that. But I can say that the ego-driven medical system that spends billions annually to shut such services down and have them enmeshed in a web of legal battles so that they never get to take a step further would be better off proving their Hippocratic oath to the world. IF there is a chance that it works, so what if you don’t make money from it. Aren’t we all here to ensure the best health we can for our patients?